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  1. Video interview: The vibrant Cloud Native ecosystem and why you should get involved

    24 May 2022

    Taylor Dolezal, Head of Ecosystem at the CNCF, takes us behind the scenes on how open source communities and projects function. From the role of the CNCF to contributions from vendor organizations and independent developers, he describes the different perspectives and how they all come together. Listen in if you’re curious to know how open source works, and why you and your organisation should get involved.

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  2. Video interview: A deeper understanding of how to approach Kubernetes storage

    24 May 2022

    From PVs and PVCs to the top open source projects, and Portworx’s unique offerings like stretch clusters, Joe Gardiner of Portworx leaves no stone unturned in this insightful interview on Kubernetes storage. Watch it to gain a deeper understanding of how to approach Kubernetes storage for your organization.

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  3. How to tackle impostor syndrome while working remotely

    19 May 2022

    Now that the pandemic has shifted office operations at countless companies across all industries from in-person to online, many workers are witnessing the informal modes of communication and recognition that come with occupying a shared space all fall away. When you're working remotely, there is simply no opportunity for chance encounters, which means giving and receiving feedback from colleagues and management requires extra effort. It can be easy to feel anxious about whether or not the right people are noticing your hard work, and even when they are, that nagging feeling of doubt, or feeling like an impostor, can derail your efforts before you even begin.

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  4. CI/CD pitfalls and the best practices to keep in mind

    19 May 2022

    Are you killing the goose that lays golden eggs? Yes, maybe. The metaphoric goose we’re talking about here is your CI/CD pipeline. CI/CD has slowly become the primary way of delivering software today. And as the software development world has moved away from monoliths to microservices and containers, the complexity of production has exponentially increased. You need a CI/CD pipeline to make DevOps work. Although a majority of developers are currently utilizing some kind of DevOps practice, according to the State of DevOps report, the software development community as a whole remains in the mid-maturity phase of adopting DevOps.

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  5. These OWASP Git repos help to strengthen your security skills

    19 May 2022

    OWASP stands for the Open Web Application Security Program. It is a worldwide organization that follows security trends and provides standards and guidelines to embed security into software applications in every stage of their lifecycle. Many developers trust the OWASP Top 10 as one of the most comprehensive and valued security programs. For long it provides a Top 10 of security issues that can happen in (modern) applications and (cloud) infrastructure. Git source code repositories host the majority of the OWASP projects. Everything as code also applies here. In this article we’ll take a look at these OWASP Git repos help to strengthen your security skills.

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  6. What changes with storage when you move from a traditional setup to Kubernetes

    19 May 2022

    Kubernetes is a container orchestration tool that is revolutionizing the way applications are being deployed and developed. With the rise of microservice architecture and infrastructure the coupling from the application, developers are focusing more on delivering value while building their software and applications.

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  7. The importance of context for Kubernetes and how an IDE can provide this

    19 May 2022

    Kubernetes has been the talk of the town for a while now. And why wouldn’t it be? The past two years have seen a rapid migration of workloads to containerized environments at exponential scales. Against this backdrop, the significance of container orchestration tools like Kubernetes has grown rapidly. But there is a catch! Although Kubernetes simplifies the process of container orchestration, its infrastructure and objects are fairly complicated and cumbersome. Essentially, this is where an IDE can step in and prove to be a life saver for developers. Continue reading to find out how!

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  8. How to get started with Deployment Automation

    19 May 2022

    Getting started with deployment automation can be overwhelming. The sheer number of choices and decisions can stall even the most avid DevOps enthusiasts. This is precisely why many organizations are doing CI (continuous integration) but aren’t going all the way to automating deployments. To help you understand how to get started with automated deployments, we offer a practical approach by discussing the steps required to get there.

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  9. 4 ways to cut your cloud bills in half

    19 May 2022

    The cloud began as a lucrative project and although it has been quite economical, maintaining a cloud account can get rather expensive. Servers are expensive and so are the chunky internet connections required for the servers to flourish. Additionally, there are numerous challenges when it comes to maintaining a successful cloud platform and the riskiest one is overspending on your cloud needs.

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  10. The various functions of a service mesh in cloud native systems

    19 May 2022

    Today, with the rise of microservices, most organizations struggle to keep up with the increased complexity of their mission-critical workloads. While orchestration tools like Kubernetes help with the creation, management, and decommissioning of containers, they don’t aid teams in managing traffic between various services. When teams build new services, they must do additional work to add the business logic into each service. Doing so leads to the services becoming tightly coupled, thereby limiting reusability. Reusability is one of the most sought-after features of microservices, and without that, teams are left with a distributed monolith.

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  11. Kubernetes Storage 101 – All You Need to Know to Get Started

    17 May 2022

    The trend of containerizing applications and managing them with an orchestrator like Kubernetes is still new. As with all budding technologies, there is a lot of curiosity and even some ambiguity around it. In this article, let us decode all about one aspect of Kubernetes – storage. You’ll get an understanding of the key concepts related to ​​Kubernetes storage and be able to assess how your organization can better manage ​​Kubernetes storage.

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  12. Containers are the new Virtual Machines

    16 May 2022

    There are still people in organizations that need to understand what a container is. And what the main benefits of container technology are. Although the concept is pretty old and the most famous container software (Docker) saw the light nearly a decade ago, this still holds true.

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